From: "Christophe Poucet" <cpoucet@...
Subject: VIM 6.0 Compiling in Extras
Date: Sun, 28 Jan 2001 18:35:05 +0100
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I am currently working on a Win32 platform and I have both Borland C++
Builder, and Borland C++ 5.5 free compiler. I saw that one of the
makefiles of VIM 6.0t was made for Borland C++ 5.5 so I installed it.
Now apparently in the makefile for Borland, there is no option to
turn on Python and Ruby, both of which I would like in my VIM.
.. by browsing through the general makefile, I saw that for
the Perl extra you have to have the Perl interpreter/program.
.. how would I compile Python and Ruby into my VIM on a win32 platform?
Unfortunately, I barely know anything about makefiles, and
it is not included in the makefile for Borland C++ 5.5.
Do I also need Python and Ruby installed on my system
to be able to use these modules within VIM?